Pakistan sends Special Plane to China to receive first tranche of Vaccine
Faisal Sultan, Special Assistant (Health) of Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan, said that in the next 48 hours, Pakistan's aircraft will fly to bring the first consignment of Corona vaccine made by Chinese pharma company Sinofarm.
New Delhi: Pakistan, which is asking China for the Corona Vaccine, has been constantly disappointed. Even after this, the fascination of Pakistan is not diminishing. However, the news came in the headlines recently that China has told Pakistan that if it wants a corona vaccine, then it should send its aircraft. Now Pakistan has prepared its aircraft for its acceptance of the terms of China and for the Corona vaccine.
Pakistan send its aircraft to China:
While giving this information, Faisal Sultan, Special Assistant (Health) of Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan, said that in the next 48 hours, Pakistan's aircraft will fly to bring the first consignment of Corona vaccine made by Chinese pharma company Sinofarm. According to him, Pakistan will also get 7 million doses of AstraZeneca by March.
Corona vaccine for Pakistan:
Dr. Faisal Sultan has said in his statement that the vaccines made by AstraZeneca will be available to Pakistan through covavax. This year Pakistan will get about 17 million doses of it. Of these, the first seven million doses will be provided by March. The remaining 10 million doses by the end of the year.
The vaccine of AstraZeneca approved by the Drug Regulator Authority of Pakistan for the use of emergency services. They expressed hope that after getting the vaccine. A large scale vaccination campaign can carry out in Pakistan.
Pakistan's Health Ministry says that the Chinese pharmaceutical company Sinofarm-made vaccine is 80 percent effective on the Corona virus and 90 percent on the Oxford-Astris virus. AstraZeneca's vaccine has been prepared in collaboration with India and will go to Pakistan through Covavax. covavax is an international agreement in which 20 percent of the vaccine will provide free access to Pakistan.